Words Can Kill


I don’t want to remember, but how can I forget?
The tormenting words, the harassment and the threat.
The mocking and the cruel indifference,
Is the result, of my unbearable sufferance.
With the Internet, they are not so prudent,
All they know,
they are its teacher and the internet, their student.
I don’t want to remember, but how can I forget?
When, hate, darkness and cruelty conquered my mind,
Giving happiness and safety no choice but to hide.
The days and nights I spent in fear,
Staring at the internet with my blurry eyes of tears.
The rejection, humiliation I went through,
My days of misery and agony only grew.
Then one night I thought, I’ve had enough of this,
My happiness and bliss is the one thing I’ve missed.
I decided to take revenge on the internet,
But only I knew, typing those words made me sweat.
I don’t want to remember, but how can I forget?
That I overcame my fear by posting that message.
Little did I know, I had done what I had always dread,
I had become the bully instead.

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